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입력 2016.06.17 (14:08) 수정 2016.06.17 (14:40) News Today
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[Anchor Lead]

Following the death of a maintenance worker on a subway station platform, the Seoul Metropolitan Government has announced follow-up measures to the tragic incident, vowing to directly oversee all affairs related to metro safety.

[Pkg]

A maintenance worker was killed while fixing a screen door on the platform of Guui subway station late last month. Seoul Mayor Park Won-soon announced a set of follow-up counter measures. Tasks including screen door maintenance that Seoul Metro and the Seoul Metropolitan Rapid Transit Corporation had outsourced to their affiliates and other private firms will now be directly managed by Seoul city. This shift to direct management is expected to reduce expenses of the two companies by nearly four million dollars. The Seoul government will also look into overhauling contracts with firms that have been under fire for benefiting from extremely long contract periods. City officials will also think of ways to eradicate what's called the "Seoul Metro mafia" or "Mefia," a new term coined referring to former Seoul Metro employees receiving full time benefits at partner firms following their retirement. Once a truth finding committee concludes investigation into the Guui station accident, Seoul Mayor Park will reveal the results to the public and also announce comprehensive measures on metro safety.
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    • 입력 2016-06-17 14:09:34
    • 수정2016-06-17 14:40:42
    News Today
[Anchor Lead]

Following the death of a maintenance worker on a subway station platform, the Seoul Metropolitan Government has announced follow-up measures to the tragic incident, vowing to directly oversee all affairs related to metro safety.

[Pkg]

A maintenance worker was killed while fixing a screen door on the platform of Guui subway station late last month. Seoul Mayor Park Won-soon announced a set of follow-up counter measures. Tasks including screen door maintenance that Seoul Metro and the Seoul Metropolitan Rapid Transit Corporation had outsourced to their affiliates and other private firms will now be directly managed by Seoul city. This shift to direct management is expected to reduce expenses of the two companies by nearly four million dollars. The Seoul government will also look into overhauling contracts with firms that have been under fire for benefiting from extremely long contract periods. City officials will also think of ways to eradicate what's called the "Seoul Metro mafia" or "Mefia," a new term coined referring to former Seoul Metro employees receiving full time benefits at partner firms following their retirement. Once a truth finding committee concludes investigation into the Guui station accident, Seoul Mayor Park will reveal the results to the public and also announce comprehensive measures on metro safety.
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